Mornington Peninsula Bushland Reserve Install Flat Top Bollards with QR Code Plaques

Mornington Peninsula Shire Council have installed recycled plastic Flat Top bollards at Olivers Creek Bushland Reserve with a Melbourne Water Grant funding. The routed plaques on the bollards features a QR code, allowing visitors to scan and listen to different types of birds in the area like, Superb Blue Wren, Eastern Roselia and more. A [...]

Dromana Foreshore Signage, Bollards and Drinking Fountain Withstand Salt Water Environment

Green and blue recycled plastic bollards, along with signage from sandwich sheeting have been installed on the Dromana Foreshore by the committee in the area. Regulation symbols have been added to the bollards for rules in the area, along with the blue bollard as a drinking fountain. The robust 125 mm bollard comprises a recycled [...]

Mornington Peninsula’s Sustainable House Event Showcases Recycled Plastic Seating

Borrowed for the Sustainable House Event, Mornington Peninsula Shire Council has showcased recycled plastic products from Replas. "Open the door to sustainable living by touring Mornington Peninsula’s environmentally progressive Eco Living Display Centre. The house will be open on Sustainable House Day for anyone looking for inspiration, ideas and sustainable solutions for their home. There will [...]

Where’s the bread?

Owner of Mornington Peninsula’s Baker Boys, John Mentiplay, was reluctant to send their empty bread crates to landfill. A quick call to Mornington Peninsula Shire Council confirmed there was indeed a better solution. Having previously installed recycled-plastic seats along the foreshore the council were sure Replas could help. John recently delivered a truck load of [...]

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